A tornado has destroyed the village of village of Harsing, near the Indian state of Maharashtra, and the people of the town are trapped inside.
Harsing residents say that they were evacuated to a shelter and have been told to leave the village immediately.
They were reportedly told to stay at the shelter until the storm passes, but the residents have not heard from anyone from the shelter.
The village, about 30 miles north of Mumbai, was built around a large sandstone hill.
The area is surrounded by waterfalls and the village is also home to several indigenous tribes, including the Koda tribe, which is considered one of the most powerful in the area.
Local police told NBC News that the tornado was on the west coast of India, but local officials say that the exact location has not been revealed.
It was reported that a tornado tore through the village on Sunday, but there was no damage to the village itself.
Horseshoe Falls in the village.
Horseshoes can be seen on the ground.
Horse racing is a big part of the village life.
Local residents say the people there do not know what the tornado meant.
They said that they did not know that the village was on their doorstep, and had no idea that the storm was coming.